| The General Motors plant in Arlington employs thousands of workers producing automobiles and parts. The city also produces medical, electronic, and oil-field equipment, as well as rubber and plastic products. The Six Flags Over Texas amusement park is also located in Arlington as well as the new Dallas Cowboys football stadium. Located just a short distance from the Dallas/Fort Worth International Airport, the city serves as a transportation hub for the region.
The University of Texas at Arlington (UTA) – the third largest institution of the University of Texas System – employs 5,300 people. Arlington is also headquarters of the Nuclear Regulatory Commission Region IV. The Texas Health Resources operating 13 hospitals in the Dallas-Fort Worth area is one of the nation's largest faith-based, nonprofit health care delivery organizations with a reported 17,000 employees on its payroll.
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